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Week of March 4- March 8
Transcript of Week of March 4- March 8
You will read the section that I assign you and point out the key aspects of that level. If you had to steal something in order for a family member to survive, would you do it without thinking? Explain. Bellwork- Day 1 In your notebook, respond to the following quote with a comment or question.
"In a gentle way, you can shake the world."
-Mahatma Gandhi Activity 4.8 Get your SpringBoard! Open up your SpringBoard to page 247 Take just a few minutes to fill out the first two columns on civil disobedience. Think about the ideals behind it, anyone who has participated in it, its effects on society, etc. "On Civil Disobedience" Excerpt from Flip over to page 248 in your SpringBoard books
You will read this with your shoulder partner
As you read, I want you to look for:
Why Gandhi believed that fighting does not work
Gandhi's reasoning for how/why civil disobedience works
The effects of civil disobedience Reminders for This Week Wednesday- Gold Club Day KWL After reading the excerpt from "On Civil Disobedience" what can you add to the KWL chart that we started earlier? Flip over to page 250 in your SpringBoard You are going to begin reading this excerpt from "Letter from Birmingham Jail" with your small group Bellwork- Day 2 In your notebook, write a definition for what civil disobedience means in your own words. Get your SpringBoard! Reminders for This Week Wednesday- Gold Club Day KWL After reading the excerpt from "On Civil Disobedience" what can you add to the KWL chart that we started earlier? Flip over to page 250 in your SpringBoard You are going to begin reading this excerpt from "Letter from Birmingham Jail" with your small group Homework Complete page 256 for homework Bellwork- Day 3 Get your SpringBoard! Reminders for This Week Wednesday- Gold Club Day In your notebooks, answer the following question:
Can civil disobedience really be called "civil" if you are breaking the law? "Letter from Birmingham Jail" Flip over to page 250 in your SpringBoard We are going to continue reading this letter written by Martin Luther King Jr. and text marking for specific things. Embedded Assessment For your embedded assessment, you will be taking part in a mini-debate. You will work with a partner for this, but you will not get to choose your partner
You will be working against another pair for this debate
You have the choice to work "together" in order to prepare if you would like Homework Complete page 256 before class tomorrow! Bellwork- Day 4 Get your SpringBoard! Embedded Assessment Let's talk about your embedded assessment. These will be due after you get back from Spring Break. Moral Reasoning Open up to page 256 in your SpringBoard.
Silently answer the questions as honestly as possible and fill out the total number of each at the bottom of the page 3 Corners- move to the appropriate corner of the room based on the number of A's, B's, or C's that you chose. Jigsaw Moral Reasoning Your poster must include:
At least 3 key ideas
At least 2 pictures
The answer to the chart on page 260 for your level Open up to page 247 in your SpringBoard and fill out at least 2 more things on your KWL about civil disobedience. Bellwork- Day 5 Get your SpringBoard! Embedded Assessment Let's talk about your embedded assessment. These will be due after you get back from Spring Break. Creating Questions Flip over to page 261 in your SpringBoard
You are going to begin creating questions for the Socratic Seminar that we will be doing when you get back from Spring Break Have a great Spring Break! Find somewhere to sit with your partner, and get a laptop from the laptop cart.
Get it up and running if it isn't already Bellwork- Day 5 You must create 6 higher-order thinking questions about the issue of justice
Go through Unit 4 and look for at least 3 articles or stories that you can draw information from